- Israeli family discovers ancient treasure under living room Updated: Jul-01-15 11:14 am
JERUSALEM - Israeli authorities said Wednesday they have identified a rare, well-preserved 2,000-year-old Jewish ritual bath hidden under the floorboards of a home in Jerusalem.
- Pre-1940 remains found in Indiana archaeological site Updated: Jun-30-15 8:16 am
HOBART, Indiana - Authorities say human remains dating to before 1940 have been found at a proposed stone quarry archaeological site in northwestern Indiana.
- Fallen Egypt archaeologist wants international Grand Museum Updated: Jun-30-15 2:35 am
CAIRO - For more than a decade, he was the self-styled Indiana Jones of Egypt, presiding over its antiquities and striding through temples and tombs as the star of TV documentaries that made him an international celebrity.
- Artifacts unearthed during construction in Indianapolis Updated: Jun-29-15 4:28 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - Construction on a $20 million transit center in downtown Indianapolis has unearthed artifacts that offer a blueprint of prior development at the site, according to archeologists hired by the city.
- Mummified remains found at northwestern Indiana quarry site Updated: Jun-28-15 3:35 pm
LOWELL, Indiana - A team of archaeologists has discovered mummified human remains that could be 2,000 years old at the site of a planned northwestern Indiana quarry, authorities said.
- Treasure hunter roils the waters as he makes new finds Updated: Jun-24-15 10:17 am
SAINTE MARIE ISLAND, Madagascar - Barry Clifford brought up the heavy silver ingot from the bottom of a bay as the president of Madagascar waited to receive it.
- Archaeological dig site uncovers Boise history Updated: Jun-22-15 9:11 am
BOISE, Idaho - An archaeological dig led by University of Idaho in Boise has unearthed 100-year-old remains of downtown Boise's River Street neighborhood just north of the Boise River.
- Excavation to take place at Bloomington square for new plaza Updated: Jun-22-15 7:47 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Anthropology and archaeology researchers are overseeing an excavation at the county courthouse square in Bloomington as part of work to put in a new plaza.
- Team led by U of Hartford finds ancient Israel mosaic floor Updated: Jun-21-15 12:22 pm
WEST HARTFORD, Connecticut - The University of Hartford says a team of archaeologists recently uncovered an ancient mosaic floor at a Greek Orthodox church in Nazareth, Israel.
- Group digs for clues about centuries-old Mandan architecture Updated: Jun-18-15 8:47 am
BISMARCK, North Dakota - A nonprofit archaeological group from Denver is digging in North Dakota, looking for clues on how Mandan American Indians lived 500 years ago.
- Israeli archaeologists find inscription of name from Bible Updated: Jun-16-15 7:37 am
JERUSALEM - Israel's antiquities authority says archaeologists have discovered a rare 3,000-year-old inscription of a name mentioned in the Bible.
- Archaeologists say climate change destroys Arctic artifacts Updated: Jun-14-15 2:52 pm
FAIRBANKS, Alaska - Archeologists say climate change is destroying the historical record of the Arctic people.
- Students explore Indiana tribe through archaeological dig Updated: Jun-14-15 1:16 pm
NEW HARMONY, Indiana - In a town that was established in 1814, a person can literally "trip over artifacts," said University of Southern Indiana senior Chynna Hall.
- Dig takes a look at how New Hampshire Shakers interacted Updated: Jun-14-15 12:25 pm
ENFIELD, New Hampshire - For more than a century, the long-gone trustees building at a Shaker village on the shore of New Hampshire's Mascoma Lake was where the members of a nearly extinct religious society met the outside world.
- Norfolk pastor remains passionate about archaeology Updated: Jun-07-15 11:19 am
NORFOLK, Nebraska - Archaeology: Long hours, hard work and totally worth it.
- Archaeologists from across US searching for Kansas artifacts Updated: Jun-04-15 8:27 am
ARKANSAS CITY, Kansas - Archaeologists from across the U.S. are in south-central Kansas this week searching for artifacts that would confirm a five-mile stretch once was home to a Native American tribe of 20,000 people.
- 11 Indiana preservation projects share in $830K in funding Updated: Jun-04-15 3:55 am
INDIANAPOLIS - Eleven historic preservation projects around Indiana, including an ambitious, 900-acre archaeological survey, are sharing in more than $800,000 in new funding.